The publications archived in this Digital Commons@Georgia Southern collection are produced by the faculty of the Department of Literature.

Follow


Submissions from 2005

Link

Jonson’s Volpone and Dante, Christopher P. Baker

Madame Guyon, Christopher P. Baker

Link

M. A. Papazian, John Donne and the Protestant Reformation, Christopher P. Baker

Peter Ramus, Christopher P. Baker

Richard Crashaw, Christopher P. Baker

Thomas Burnet, Christopher P. Baker

King Arthur Online and through the Ages, Carol Parrish Jamison

Review of The Force of Language by Denise Riley and Jean-Jacques Lecercle, Carol Parrish Jamison

Review of Word Origins by Anatoly Liberman, Carol Parrish Jamison

Submissions from 2002

E. Fernie, Shame in Shakespeare, Christopher P. Baker

J. F. Andrews, ed. Shakespeare’s World and Work: An Encyclopedia for Students, Christopher P. Baker

Othello. 2.3.13, Christopher P. Baker

Apologizing for Authority: The Prefaces of Hannah More, Eliza Cook, and Isabelle Bird, Helen E. Howells

Ben Jonson, Carol Parrish Jamison

Richard Crashaw, Carol Parrish Jamison

Thomas Campion, Carol Parrish Jamison

William Camden, Carol Parrish Jamison

Submissions from 1997

William Zunder and Suzanne Trill, Writing and the English Renaissance, Christopher P. Baker

Submissions from 1996

A Prayer Book Allusion in 2 Henry IV, Christopher P. Baker

Greg Walker, Persuasive Fictions: Faction. Faith and Political Culture in the Reign of Henry VIII, Christopher P. Baker

John Donne, Christopher P. Baker

John Dryden, Christopher P. Baker

John Milton, Christopher P. Baker

June Schlueter, ed. Two Gentlemen of Verona: Critical Essays, Christopher P. Baker

Shakespeare's Hamlet 1.5.23, Christopher P. Baker

Stuart Literature, Christopher P. Baker

Submissions from 1995

J. M. Q. Davies, ed. Bridging the Gap: Literary Theory in the Classroom, Christopher P. Baker

Submissions from 1994

Link

Chopin's The Storm, Christopher P. Baker

Frost's 'After Apple-Picking' as Hypnagogic Vision, Christopher P. Baker

James Howe, A Buddhist's Shakespeare: Affirming Self-deconstruction, Christopher P. Baker

Submissions from 1991

Link

Arnold's 'To a Friend' and Sidney's 'Astrophil and Stella, Christopher P. Baker